The work of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health's Wisconsin Partnership Program is carried out by its two major governance committees: the Oversight and Advisory Committee (OAC) and the Partnership Education and Research Committee (PERC).
The committees provide oversight advice and programmatic balance, and emphasize innovation, creativity and excellence in processes for awarding grants and evaluating outcomes. Committee members carefully exercise their fiduciary responsibilities with keen awareness of the high expectations for the Wisconsin Partnership Program to improve the health of Wisconsin.
Partnership Education and Research Committee (PERC)
The Partnership Education and Research Committee (PERC) allocates and distributes funds designated for medical education and research initiatives that advance population health. The Education and Research Committee's broad representation includes faculty and staff with experience and expertise in research, education, and public and community health. Learn more
Oversight and Advisory Committee (OAC)
The primary responsibilities of the Oversight and Advisory Committee (OAC) are to direct and approve funds for public health initiatives, provide public representation through the Oversight and Advisory Committee's four community members and comment and advise on the expenditures of the Partnership Education and Research Committee. Learn more